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Wyoming Trooper Injured in Wreck on Way to "Shots Fired" Call

A Wyoming State trooper was injured Thursday afternoon in a crash near the eastern city limits of Glenrock while responding to a shots fired call.

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Wyoming Purchases Spillman Software for Statewide Sharing Initiative

The governing board of WASCOP elected to make the statewide purchase after reviewing a proposal created by Spillman to improve collaboration and efficiency among current Spillman customers. The board will fund the initial installation and first-year costs while providing each agency with the individual product licenses. The agencies will then be responsible for maintenance fees on the three products after the first year.

Video: Wyoming K-9 Saves Handler

A Cheyenne (WY) PD K-9 is being credited with saving his handler from an attack Tuesday morning.

Wyoming K-9 Saves Handler

He got on top of Officer Koeppel and began hitting her in the face. She was able to activate her remote door release, which freed K-9 Capo. More Here.

Wyoming House Approves Bill Allowing Guns in Schools

Legislation that would allow people with concealed-gun permits to carry firearms into public schools and government meetings won easy approval from the Wyoming House of Representatives on Monday.

Wyoming Deputy Retires Over Ban on Western Attire

"I’ve had a cowboy hat on since 19-I-don’t-know,” Bryson said. “I’ve always worn a cowboy hat, all my life.”

Video: Wyoming K-9 Handler Facing Charges in Dog's Death

A Mills (Wyo.) police officer, facing a misdemeanor charge of not providing adequate food, water, or protection from the weather, which resulted in the death of his K-9 partner. The K-9 died on July 9th. The officer entered a not guilty plea for the misdemeanor crime August 7th.

Wyoming K-9 Handler Facing Charges in Dog's Death

A Mills (Wyo.) police officer is facing a misdemeanor charge of not providing adequate food, water, or protection from the weather, which resulted in the death of his K-9 partner. The K-9 died on July 9th. The officer entered a not guilty plea for the misdemeanor crime August 7th. Read More Here.

States Consider Firing Squad Executions

Prompted by the shortages of available drugs for lethal injections, Wyoming lawmakers are considering changing state law to permit execution of condemned inmates by firing squad.

Video: Iowa Officer Wounded, Suspect Found Dead After Early Morning Shootout

The shooting suspect--identified as Aaron Edward Scott, 30, of Wyoming--then led Maquoketa and Clinton, Iowa, officers, as well as Jones County deputies and Iowa State Patrol troopers on a high-speed chase through Maquoketa, along U.S. 61 and Iowa 136.